Jorge I. Domínguez is Antonio Madero Professor for the Study of Mexico and chair of the Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies at Harvard University. Domínguez also serves as special advisor for international studies to the dean of the faculty of arts and sciences and chairman of the Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies. He is a prolific writer and the author or editor of various books, among them Mexico’s Evolving Democracy: A Comparative Study of the 2012 ElectionsHandbook of Latin America in the WorldConstructing Democratic Governance in Latin American, 4th ed.; Cuban Economic and Social Development: Policy Reforms and Challenges in the 21st CenturyDebating U.S.-Cuban Relations: Shall We Play Ball?; Contemporary U.S.-Latin American Relations: Cooperation or Conflict in the 21st Century?; La política exterior de Cuba, 1962-2009; The United States and Mexico: Between Partnership and Conflict, 2nd ed.; Between Compliance and Conflict: East Asia, Latin America, and the “New” Pax Americana; Democratic Politics in Latin America and the CaribbeanTechnopols: Freeing Politics and Markets in Latin America in the 1990s, and many other books and articles on domestic and international politics in Latin America and the Caribbean. A past president of the Latin American Studies Association and a past board chairman of the Latin American Scholarship Program of American Universities, Domínguez currently serves on the editorial boards of Political Science Quarterly, Foreign Affairs Latinoamérica, Cuban Studies, Foro internacional, and Journal of Cold War Studies. He was series editor for the Peabody Award-winning Public Broadcasting System television series Crisis in Central America. His current research focuses on the international relations and domestic politics of Latin American countries.